September 6, 2011
"Magazines are one thing internet people may not take advantage of enough. Sometimes, they’re so “on the internet” that they forget that there’s tons of stuff in GQ, Details and Esquire every month. Every magazine has so much, if you find one and can’t harvest it for something interesting for a blog, you’re crazy. Usually, I’ll get around to reading them on weekends. But, if you’re a professional blogger, it’s a good break in the afternoon when you suddenly sit up and realize you should eat something and then you have all these magazines around. Those two activities (eating and reading) go together very naturally."

Choire Sicha, co-founder of The Awl, lays out his media consumption habits. Read the rest at The Atlantic Wire.

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    The Atlantic is a good magazine, but this is how I consume Vanity Fair, which is my very favorite magazine out of them...